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Hal Galper And the Youngbloods: Live At The Cota Jazz Festival

Read "Live At The Cota Jazz Festival" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The trio recordings released by pianist Hal Galper between 2006 and 2014--six discs, all but one on Origin Records--plowed fresh ground. Each disc dug deeply into the “Rubato" form. Taken as a whole--from 2006's Agents Of Change (Fabola Records) through 2014's O's Time (Origin Records)--the full series represents a monumental, sharply focused project that, for those ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Joe La Barbera: Experiencing Bill Evans

Read "Joe La Barbera: Experiencing Bill Evans" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

In his own unassuming way, Bill Evans changed the face of jazz piano trio forever. He made the piano a lyrical, expressive voice for the most subtle and deep emotions, and he transformed the rhythm section from a time-beating, swing-maintaining outfit into an intimate, conversational musical unit. He loved tradition. It was just his grasp of ...

NEWS: BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: Hal Galper

Jazz Musician of the Day: Hal Galper

All About Jazz is celebrating Hal Galper's birthday today!

In his fifth decade as a major jazz artist, Hal Galper continues the innovation that has made him one of the most surprising and satisfying pianists alive. Galper is at the forefront of players reaching audiences through the time-tested magic of swing while integrating adventurous rhythmic ...

Billy Mintz: Ugly Beautiful

Read "Ugly Beautiful" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Drummer/composer Billy Mintz has a long career of enhancing the music of others with his percussive artistry, everyone from saxophonist Lee Konitz to pianist Hal Galper, to clarinet master Perry Robinson. His own discography as a leader is small, with frequent revisitations of a handful of original compositions that are as distinctive and as worthy of ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Eyal Lovett Trio: Tales From A Forbidden Land

Read "Tales From A Forbidden Land" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

It takes a high level of confidence to offer up a two CD set on a sophomore outing. Most artists wait for later in their careers for for this particular audaciousness. But Berlin-based pianist Eyal Lovett, originally from Israel, follows up his debut, Let Go (Self-Produced, 2013), with double CD offering Tales From A Forbidden Land. ...

NEWS: BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: Hal Galper

Jazz Musician of the Day: Hal Galper

All About Jazz is celebrating Hal Galper's birthday today!

In his fifth decade as a major jazz artist, Hal Galper continues the innovation that has made him one of the most surprising and satisfying pianists alive. Galper is at the forefront of players reaching audiences through the time-tested magic of swing while integrating adventurous rhythmic ...

Take Five with Josh Hanlon

Read "Take Five with Josh Hanlon" reviewed by Josh Hanlon

About Josh Hanlon
Josh Hanlon's love of music has spanned five continents. He has played piano with luminaries of country music, musical theatre and film, and almost every other genre, but he is first and foremost driven by a love of jazz. He has two albums to his credit as a leader and several ...

ARTICLE: REDISCOVERY

John Scofield: Live

Read "John Scofield: Live" reviewed by John Kelman

John Scofield
Live
Enja Records
1977

After a lengthy hiatus, Rediscovery returns with an album that may not have represented the first time I'd heard John Scofield...but it was certainly the album that cemented my already firm impression that this was a guitarist on whom I'd have to keep a close watch. Nearly ...

Steve Herberman, Hristo Vitchev, Rick Stone and Harvey Valdes

Read "Steve Herberman,  Hristo Vitchev, Rick Stone and Harvey Valdes" reviewed by Dom Minasi

Welcome back to Guitarists Rendezvous, our third installment in a series that introduces readers to emerging or established guitarists who fly just under the radar of public recognition. Each will field the same four questions and we've included audio and video so you can sample their music.

This installment includes a diverse group ...

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Phil Woods: 1931-2015

Read "Phil Woods: 1931-2015" reviewed by AAJ Staff

In memory of NEA Jazz Master, Phil Woods. This article was previously published in November 2002.

All About Jazz: Looking back on the almost three decade history of your Quintet, one question springs immediately to mind. You've had the same rhythm section of Steve Gilmore on bass and Bill Goodwin on drums ever since ...


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